With Quicken Rental Property Manager 2014, users can organize their personal finances and rental property in one place. Users can find this function in Quicken Home and Business. Users can look for some tax-deductible rental property expenses that they may have missed, and also organize their track expenses and income from property. Users can also make changes to their rental properties and finances in one place. This software lets users peek at their credit card, banking, loan, 401 (k) and investing accounts in one place. Expenses and incomes are downloaded and automatically placed into categories. They can record the rental fees that they have collected, as well as partial payments and late charges. Users can compare profits and losses from their rentals. They can look for security deposits, payment history, information about their tenants, and lease terms.
Users can look at their year-to-date deduction status, to avoid tax-time surprises. They may create some Schedule C and Schedule E reports, or export their data straight to TurboTax. Tax-deductible expenses such as mileage and home offices can be easily tracked down.
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